It's an interesting time to buy an all-in-one PC, that's for sure. The iMac is thinner and more powerful than ever, and Windows machines finally have touchscreens that appeal to an average user. Now that Windows 8 is on the market, all-in-one computers aren't just a way to save space: now, you can theoretically have a giant touchscreen tablet in your office, kitchen, bedroom or dorm that doubles as a desktop computer... and with high-definition screens, HDMI inputs and optical drives, many of them can triple as a small TV.

Are any of these new Windows 8 touchscreen all-on-ones any good, though? We decided to find out by trying them for ourselves. Today, you'll find reviews of the HP Envy 23 TouchSmart, the Dell XPS 27, the Sony VAIO L, the Lenovo IdeaCentre A720, the Toshiba LX835, and the Asus ET2300.

Update, 1/4: We've added the Acer Aspire A7600U, the Vizio All-In-One PC, and the HP Spectre One as well!

So, which is the best all-in-one Windows 8 computer? Find the answer below.